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There are two excellent sources for locating the US Supreme Court's opinions and decisions. Justia Beta has a searchable database of all cases, by year or by volume, from 1791 to the present. The Supreme Court maintains updated records on slip opinions for the current Term that may be too new for Justia's database.

Other sites, such as FindLaw and Oyez are also excellent resources, but I prefer Justia because they have logged the concurring and dissenting opinions for most cases, along with the Court decision, which helps the reader understand both sides of a case.

Despite criticism often directed at it, Wikipedia is also a good site for information on cases from the Supreme Court. The articles for most cases are quite detailed, and include the details of the case, background, decision and opinions of the Court, related cases, and several other areas of importance.

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There are several good websites where you can find Supreme Court case information, including how the individual Justices voted on a particular case. Oyez.org offers excellent summary analysis on past cases, and you can find current slip opinions on more recent cases on the Supreme Court's own website.

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There are several good websites where you can find Supreme Court case information, including how the individual Justices voted on a particular case. Oyez.org offers excellent summary analysis on past cases, and you can find current slip opinions on more recent cases on the Supreme Court's own website.

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If you or anyone you know wants to find some information on the United States Supreme Court, there is an article on Wikipedia, and your local library will have many books on the subject that can be checked out for free.

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